The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Discover ancient treasures and local finds with The Collection and Heritage Lincolnshire on Archaeology Day (26 July).
Motorists in Lincoln are being reminded that it is an offence to travel the wrong way along one way streets following several reports to Lincolnshire Police of vehicles travelling the wrong way along Ripon Street.
A £60,000 project will see the traffic lights either side of Bardney Bridge updated.
Resurfacing of the A631 at Glentham will take place with overnight works from Monday 8 August to 2 September.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is warning everyone to have fun in the sun, but to stay safe around water this summer.
Health Scrutiny Committee votes for public consultation over proposed de-commissioning of congenital heart disease surgery at East Midlands Congenital Heart Centre.
Residents in Lincoln are being invited to join their local firefighters and local football heroes at annual open day.
The knowledge of what to do in an emergency has netted a Welton girl a new bicycle.
Potential gritter drivers will have the chance to test drive one of the county’s fleet at two upcoming recruitment events.
Bikeability is offering free courses this summer for 11 to 16 year olds to learn vital skills helping them to keep safe while cycling on the road.
What was it like to be a woman in the First World War? Find out at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life this weekend.
Castlegate, Grantham has been closed to through traffic with immediate effect pending investigations by Anglian Water and county council Highways.
The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project is running a week-long festival of free events this August for all ages, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Thirty care workers will be recognised at a special event organised by Lincolnshire Care Association (LinCA) on 20 July.
New IRMP proposals following public consultation
Lincolnshire may experience “heatwave” conditions over the next few days, according to Met Office forecasts.
A temporary road closure will be in place at High Road, Londonthorpe on Tuesday 19th July.
New traffic signals are to be installed at the Fydell Street/Carlton Road junction, Boston, with works due to start on Monday 8 August.
Lincolnshire County Council’s Food in Schools team shortlisted finalists for a national award.
Over 200,000 people have visited Poppies: Wave - just six weeks after it opened at Lincoln Castle.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards seize thousands of counterfeit DVDs from a trader at Eastgate Market in Ingoldmells.
Residents in Gainsborough are being invited to join their local firefighters for the station’s annual open day on Saturday 16 July.
Business Lincolnshire is supporting Natwest’s Exporting is Great Economics Breakfast at the University of Lincoln on Tuesday 12 July
Next week there will be two overnight closures on the B1174 between Little Ponton and Spittlegate.
On Friday 22 July, work will begin on a new puffin crossing north of the junction of the A16 Main Road and the B1184 Frithville Road.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards warn against using unregulated will writing companies
A week of special commemorations will reach their crescendo with a rendition of The Last Post, performed by the Band of the Royal Air Force College Cranwell, at Lincoln Castle on Thursday 7 July at 4.30pm.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will team up with partner agencies and a local business on Monday 4 July for its latest training exercise.
Lincolnshire has been highlighted as leading the way in its work to make a difference to the lives of vulnerable children, according to the latest national report from Ofsted.
People turned out in their droves early this morning to commemorate 100 years since the Battle of the Somme at Lincoln Castle.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards launches plan of action to keep Lincolnshire’s residents safe in support of Scam Awareness Month (July).
Four companies have been selected to bid for the contract to build Lincoln’s Eastern Bypass with smaller companies sought to undertake subcontracted works.
A Gainsborough shopkeeper receives tough sentence at Lincoln Crown Court for selling illegal cigarettes.
Lincolnshire will commemorate 100 years since the Battle of the Somme at Lincoln Castle and the Museum of Lincolnshire Life with a series of special events from 1-7 July.
A new way of managing all works on the county’s roads should help keep traffic flowing more smoothly.
Overnight resurfacing works are due to start on Canwick Avenue, Bracebridge Heath on Thursday 30 June.
People in Greater Lincolnshire are being asked for their views on the creation of a Mayoral Combined Authority with Directly Elected Mayor for the area.
Passionate about Lincolnshire’s rich heritage, volunteer for a history project or perhaps work in the heritage, education or tourism sectors?
BBC One’s Crimewatch Roadshow is to broadcast live from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue’s Waddington training centre on Monday 27 June.
The winners of this year’s Good Citizens Awards have now been presented with their awards at the Lincolnshire Show. The awards were created to recognise the extraordinary work that so many volunteers do throughout Lincolnshire. All winners were treated to a VIP day at the Lincolnshire Show, with a guest, as well as a framed certificate.